HC Deb 16 June 1924 vol 174 c1708
7. Lieut.-Colonel MEYLER

asked the Under-Secretary of State for India whether the Committee appointed by the Government of India to inquire into the working of the reforms and securing remedies for difficulties which have arisen in connection therewith will report to Parliament or to the Government of India; and, if the latter, whether he will take steps to ensure that a copy of such Report shall be laid before Parliament at the earliest possible date?


The Committee will report to the Government of India, and any proposals which may result from its recommendations will be those of the Government of India. Parliament will necessarily be fully informed of such proposals as His Majesty's Government decide to adopt, and I cannot at the present stage give any undertaking that the Committee's Report will be presented in advance of the decisions which may result from it.

Lieut.-Colonel MEYLER

Can the hon. Gentleman now give the names of the unofficial members of this Committee?


Not at present.

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